The Presslabs WordPress hosting platform is built entirely on open-source projects, benefiting from the wisdom and generosity of a global community. Out of gratitude for their help, but also as part of our commitment to an environmentally-friendly way of doing business, we return the favour to other peer developers. Here you can find our learnings that we’ve earned during the past 8 years since building Presslabs, in the shape of mature open-source projects.
Contributions such as feedback, improvements and sharing our projects with other WordPress passionates are highly welcome!
This is the place where we share essential internal components like git versioning for WordPress, telco-type billing, git-powered file storage as well as added value tools for AWS-centric backups on S3 and DNS zone policy record management for Route 53.
The average computer user that works with different types of files can now benefit from using a version-controlled environment with ease.
Django package for automatic billing. Use it to delegate the complex task of automatic billing, to focus on building the next awesome product.
A WordPress plugin that displays the most visited posts as a widget, using data extracted from Google Analytics. Designed for high-traffic sites and all types of caching.
Keeps all WordPress code on the git version control system. Ninja edits, as well as git commits, are gracefully handled.
Policy Records management, allowing major cost reductions. It makes managing complex DNS failover configurations simple.
A consistent ZFS to S3 backup tool. This is basically plumbing around zfs send and zfs receive to guarantee consistency.
Under the hood, zipa transforms your imports into clients. It follows a simple convention:
HOSTNAME__PREFIX. For the hostname, single underscores are translated into dots and for the prefix into slashes.
Pyolite helps you to easily create users and repos using gitolite.
Icons used for all Presslabs materials, packed as webfont and SVG collection